Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1931
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SPAGBTWO KOSSUTH CtWNtlr APVANdB. ALQ6NA. IOWA ^THURSDAY CHEVROLET on ISO-VIS TOUR Worth Seeing WHAT a demonstration of New Iso-Vis this Chevrolet has given! See it at your Chevrolet dealer next week. It ripped off 9,000 miles in 24 days on the Indianapolis Speedway during the 13-car lubrication study conducted by American Automobile Association Contest Board. Let New Iso-Vis protect your car like it has this one. New Iso- Vis is the only motor oil that will not thin out from dilution. A.A.A. REPORT certifies to excellent lubrication by New lso-Vi» in Chevrolet 1 Iso-Vis Motor Oil did not thin out from dilution. 2 During the entire test of 9,000 miles, all parts of engine and chassis were lubricated effectively. 3 Consumption: Iso-Vis 50 (Heavy) in 1,000 mile test at 30 m. p. h.— only 1 quart. At higher speeds, M oils showed greatly increased consumption. 4 Carbon: only 4.4 grams per cylinder at 30 miles per hour, using Iso-Vis 50 (Heavy). 5 Cylinder Wear: too slight to measure. 0«VIS OTOR OIL /O/CIKIMC also ia refined by our new procesa— giving it an efficiency which /s exceeded only by New Iso~Vis, Tho pr/ce /a 25c a quart STANDARD OIL COMPANY (/ BURTGIRLIS BRIDE; WED TO COLORADO MAN Burt, June • 16 — Announcements have been received here of the marriage ol Ellen Schryver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver, to Dr. L. L. Bisgard, son of the C. J. BIs- gards, former Burt residents, on June 3 at Arvada, Colo. Mrs.'C. W. Schryver accompanied her daughter to Colorado and was present at the wedding. Dr. and Mrs. Bisgard will live for the present with the C. J. Bisgards. Invitations for a reception for them nt the Bisgard home on June 24 have been received by Burt friends. The new Mrs. Bisgard has spent all her life in Burt, is a graduate of the Burt high school and for the past two years taught in the Burt schools. Dr. Bis- gartl is also well known here, having lived for a number of years near Burt. Both are highly respected and popular young people. 225 Diamond wedding rings in a wide choice of designs, $5°, $75, $100 match the solitaire's brilliance There was a time when the wedding ring had to bask in the reflected bril' liance of the solitaire. But the truly smart wedding ring of today is brilliant in its own right. It's set with a row of sparkling diamonds! We're now showing the newest designs. You may choose a wedding ring here with the assurance that it represents the same high quality that has built our reputation. A. H. Borchardt Jeweler Hlrtliiliiy Circle Is Entertained— Mrs. Win. A. Linilemlortf entertained the Birthday Circle at her home last Thursday afternoon at a rose party. Roses were used for decorations and the entertainment consisted of two rose contests, which were won by Mrs. H. S. Van Vran- Icin and Mrs. George Carroll. Mrs. Lillian Sipler and Clara Shaw were guests. Dry AVeathcr In S. D.— Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald returned last week Tuesday from Kennebec, S. D., where they had attended the funeral of a brother-in- law. They report that it was very dry there and that the grasshoppers were very bad and were even eating the paint from the buildings. Loaves for Forestry Work— Russell Chlpman came home from Ames last Thursday for a short visit with his parents, the C. B. Chlpmans. On Monday his father took him back to Ames, from which place he left with four friends for the west, where he will do forestry work this summer. Rlngsdorf Went home With them for a several week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. EdW; Kerr, of Lo9 Angeles, Calif., and Carver Smith, Ventura, Calif., arrived Thursday for a several weeks visit at the C. C. Smith home. Carver Is a son of the Smiths, and Mr. Kerr Is Mrs. Smith's brother. Mrs. Geo. White and sons Kenneth and Darrell, Sioux City, came last Thursday for a week's visit with Mrs. White's parents, the William RJngsdorf's. Kenneth will spend the summer here with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Welda, Mrs. Weida's sister and Dean Clapsaddle came up from Eldora Saturday and visited until Sunday at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. While here the sister had Dr. Clapsaddle remove her tonsils. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton left Monday for Marathon to visit Mrs. Clifton's mother and sister They brought home their daughtei Phyllis, who has been spending several weeks there, on Tuesday. Opal, Clarence, and Virgil Schrader went to Milwaukee, Wis., last Thursday to visit relatives. Clarence will remain and work and the other two were expected home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs: Orley Hobson, For Dodge, visited Sunday at the D. T Hobson home. On Monday Mrs Raymond Hobson, Marcus, arrivcc for a visit at the D. T. Hobson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Staley, La drosse, Wis., and Mrs. Hazel Olson und children, Forest City, visltec Sunday at the E. H. Staley home J. AV. and E. H. Staley are brothers Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings Ji and three children arrived Friday for a couple of weeks visit at th G. C. Giddings home. Guy Jr. is a mail carrier in Chicago. The J. E. Thoresons -visited a Farnhamville, where they formerly lived, last Friday. They, visite from Saturday to Sunday at Ells worth. The Woman's Home Missionarj society will meet Saturday after noon at Mrs. F. L. Ryerson's. Mrs G. C. Allen will be assistant host ess. LEDYARD S, S, CHILDREN IN GOOD PROGRAM Ledyard, Julie 1C—The children of he Methodist Sunday school gave a hort program Sunday morning at church time. It was mostly a derri- jnstratlon of what the children earned In Bible school. Following s the program: song, 'TIs Wonderful to Know .Tesus, all pupils; Lord's Prayer, Bible school; 23rd psalm, Mrs. Mayer's clnss; Books of the Bible, Mrs. Yahnke's class; song. Everyone Ought to Love Jesus, pu- jlls; The Ten Commandments, Mrs. Johnson's class; Memorized Chapter, Alvlra Halvorson and Cleo Gable; song, You Win the One Next to You. Bund Will Tiny Saturday— This week Saturday the band will play the following concert: march, Power, Bennett; march, Precision; fox trot, Sola; waits',, Village Chimes;march, Advance; reverie, Postmaster Is Away, Visiting— Postmaster and Mrs. W. A. MacArthur left Sunday for Wilton Junction, where they will spend a week with Mrs. MacArtbur's mother, Mrs. Dora Bannick, and Mr. Mac Arthur's uncle, the Rev. M. E. Lumbar. Six Children are Confirmed— There was a confirmation service Dawn; march, march, Summit. Aunt Hannah; Following there will be an old-time fiddlers' contest and first, second, and third prizes be awarded to the winners. Amateurs or anyone with professional training will not be allowed to enter. Johnsons Off for Vacation— After church Sunday the Rev. F. O. Johnson asked that everyone stay a few minutes for an official board meeting-. Ho asked that there might be a vacation next Sunday, and the request was granted. The Rev. Mr. Johnson and his wife, with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pringle, leave this week Wednesday for Detroit, Mich. apotis Friday for a few relatives. Fred Baumann and Vance Oatjey, local blacksmiths, went to Spencer Saturday to attend a blacksmiths' convention. There were over 300 present. Mrs. M. Tlllmoney and Mesdames Barrett and Welmer drove to Wells, Minn., Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. Tlllmoney's sister, Louise Tlll- money. Irene Zlelske came back from Chicago last Thursday. She went as a delegate of the Lakota Lutheran church to a convention., Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare were nt Fnirmont Saturday, and Elsie Baumann was at Blue Earth the same day. Mrs. Glen Yahnke and two girls siient last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jenson, Buffalo Center. The Tice Bracks, the Robert Cur- tlss family, and the Jesse O'Keefes picnicked at Interlaken Sunday. Evelyn Anderson, telephone operator at Chicago, came Sunday for two weeks with her parents. Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton's niece, Mrs. Ernest .Jones, Algona, and her family spent Sunday here. The George Andersons, of Mason City, spent Sunday at the parental Gus Anderson home. Naomi Hewitt and a Miss Dnhl, of Swea City, vleitcd friends here Friday afternoon. The Albert Barnes family spent Sunday at Armstrong with Mrs. Barnes' mother. Mrs. Charley Buschara's brother and sister, of Rugby,- S. D., are visiting her. Mr. and Mrs. August Pergande, Lu Verne, spent Sunday at August Gelhaus's. Mrs. William Weinberger went ( fo Minneapolis Friday to visit her husband. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, and Juanita and Audrey were here Monday. WESLEYANIS REELECTEO TO OFFICE IN STATE ASSN. j. T. Jieuer, Wesley, was reeiectetl Vice president of the' state harness- makers' association at the annual convention at Des Molnes last week. end. Other Kossttth harnessmakers In attendance were F. H. Shackelford, Algona, and Andrew Elbert, Whittemore. Delegates reported Improved trade, because,, owing- to the hard times and the low prices of agricultural products, fewer farmers are using- tractors and more horses are being used. Toeltcl disease oaushii*' 0 !!!, th « lili toes and feet 7.?.,l e .Y«'« ft,' toes and feet 'c?ack7n er9 SI mula, discovered EV" P°sp ij AnV\ olrln ««»_!ri! R y B. Iftna7 lt *l . MJSIJT'S Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy AVest an Marion Saundere came up from Foi Dodge and spent the week-end the Squaire Hudson home. The Wilbur Cox family, former! living at Bancroft, moved into the former W. E. Qrover house on Main street a week ago Monday. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. Ray Dremmel and son Donald, and Gertrude Sage visited at the Orvilie Harr home at Rolfe last Friday. Esther Toebben, who is employed at Chicago, came Sunday to spend a Merlo McGllllffan Accident Victim— Word was received here Sunday of the death of Merle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGilllgan, who for many years lived here. Merle broke his neck in a dive Into shallow water at Clear Lake Saturday evening. He was taken to the Mason City hospital, where he died Sunday. Lcniils Elvtdgre Is Urldc— Announcements were received here last week of the marriage of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Elvidge, oldtime residents here, t Fort Dodge June 10 to Louie J. ierg. They will be at home after uly 1 at Buffalo, N. Y. it the Lutheran church Sunday two weeks vacation with her moth- morning. Wilbur Baas, Louis j er, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Scheppman, Richard AVeiske, John I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer and Carter, Mildred Putz and Bierstedt were confirmed. Evelyn CHRYSLER EIGHTS & SIXES You'll be Happier with a Chrysler A ALK. to Chrysler owners and they'll tell you that Chrysler cars are joyously different from other cars. Better looking. Livelier in power. Snappier in pick-up. Smoother at all speeds. Easier to handle and control. Simply fascinating to drive. Step into a Chrysler and discover the difference for yourself. Quicker action in traffic. More thrills on the open road. Faster time up the hills. Chrysler Six,$885 to £935; Chrysler"7o",$1245 to #1295; Chrysler Eight, $1495 to £1665; Chrysler Eight De Luxe, £1525 to £1585; Chrysler Imperial Eight, $2745 to $3575; (all prices f. o. b. factory; special equipment extra) —a Chrysler for everybody's pocketbook. Outstanding beauty. Outstanding performance. Outstanding value. Again we say —you'll be happier tuitb a Chrysler. Drive one today. KLAMP AUTO CO. Sales and Service by Simmons Bros. Algona, Iowa - Phone 523 Girls Have Slumber Party— The Queen Esthers had a slumber party nt the'home of Dorothy Steward, near Bancroft, last week Wednesday evening. Lottie Hawcott and Vera Chlpman were also guests. Picnic for S. S, .Juniors— The Junior department of the Methodist Sunday school will have a picnic at the farm home of the junior superintendent, Mrs. A. G. Volentine, Wednesday of this week. T)roiniuols Have Xew Grandson— The P. L. Dremmels have received news of the birth of a new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel at Aurora, 111., Friday, June 12. This is their first child. \Veirs Go to Minneapolis— Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir and son left last Wednesday for Minneapolis. They also visited at Madison, Wie., and with Mrs. Weir's parents at Templeton, AVis. Advance Want Ads for Quick Re«nlte Methodist Board Has Picnic— •The official board of the Methodist church had a picnic dinner at the church following the Sunday service. After dinner meeting was held. a business Methodist Women Clean Church— Methodist women gathered at the church last week Wednesday and cleaned the building, picnic dinner at noon. They had a Churches Observe Children's D.ay— Children's day was observed with appropriate programs at both the Presbyterian and Methodist churches Sunday morning. Seeks Pension as Soldier— Herbert Moore left Monday night for Des Moines, where he was to take an examination for a soldier's pension. Buells to OUoboji Cottage— Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell went to the Okobojls last Thursday to open up their summer cottage. Banker's Family la Here— The F. E. Rubeys moved up from Ames Monday. They moved Into the W. H. Smith house. Mrs. Clara Olson went to Waterloo 1 last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of a relative. Ruth and Helen Nichtern, Graettinger, spent last week at the home of their grandparents, the W. R. 'arneys. G. C. Giddings and sons Guy and William and Everett Pannkuk fished at Tuttle Lake Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Whitehurst and son' Maurice, Bricelyn, Minn, visited the N. A, Whitehurst's last Friday. The C. E. Longneckers and C. J Whitneys went to Maxwell Saturday to attend the funeral of a relative. Irrna Davison left Monday evening for Ames, where she will spend six weeks in summer school. The J. T. Heaneys visited the Ed Halverson home in Ledyard las Thursday evening. A daughter wns born Saturday morning, June 13, to Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Strayer. Mi's. Ida Anderson visited over the week-end at the Jake Weavei home at Sexton. The Birthday Circle met last week Thursday afternoon at Mrs. W. A Ladendorff's. Mrs. C. F. Whalen leaves todaj for Emmetsburg, where she is visit ing relatives. Mrs. 0. F. Kraushaar and Ceci Wolfe were at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. Lester Stow left Thursday for Ce dar Rapids, where he will work this summer. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Haack are th parents of a daughter born Friday June 12. Mrs. Aurllla Coffin visited he daughters In Algona from Friday t Sunday. The Glenn Strayer family movei into the L. M. Owen house last Sat urday. The Home Guards met wjth Ar lene Daniels last Saturday after noon. The Ira Hansens and Harr Putzes fished at Iowa Lake Sunday Mrs. Ernest Johnson and famll; moved to Algona last Saturday. The W. A. and Ray Ladendorff fished at Tuttle Lake Sunday., Other Burt Mrs. F. L. Pratt and daughtei Zeln,ha Rae left Saturday for Rockford, 111. They spent Saturday night at the E. H. Harwell home in Waterloo and went on to Rockford Sunday. They will bring Marllda Pratt who has been attending Rockford college, home with them s Wednesday, Lura Sewick accompanied them to Freeport, 111., where she visited relatives. Mrs. Lucy Duncan, Sharpeville Ind., Mr. and Mrs. John Zell anc family, Russlaville, Ind., visited from last week Tuesday until Tuesday of this week at the Floyd Duncan home. Mrs. Lucy Duncan is. Floyd's mother. On Monday evening the Duncans and their guests were supper guests at the Tom Trenary home. Mrs. James Spraddling, Sparta Wis., and her two sons and daughter arrived Saturday for a visit at the H. W. Trainer home. Mrs. : Spradling is Mrs. Trainer's mother. I Mrs. Trainer's younger brother will stay for a several weeks visit. The others went home Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. Ray Isenberger and children visited from Thursday to Saturday at the J. O. Isen- Four Corners The Mothers and Daughters clu met last Thursday with Mrs. Archi Walker, and roll call was Answers with picnic suggestions. Twenty four members were present. A pa per was read by Mrs. Maud Robin son on Iowa Lake" and the Splrl Lake Massacre, and another pape was read by Mrs. Mart Elmore Lunch was served by the hostess The next meeting wil be "held Jun 25 at Mrs. Leslie Walker's, and ro call will be answered with sugges tions on how to beautify the horn grounds. The main feature of th program will be a debate betwee Pearl Walker, Evelyn Nickerson Ruth Robinson, and Grace AVitharr A large crowd attended the Goo Hope church's Children's day pro gram Sunday. The Good Hope Aid met this wee Wednesday with Mrs. Mart Elmore Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank and Jessi Mitchell, assisting hostesses. berger home. On Friday they went PILES to Algona to help Mrs. Isenberger'sj parents, the A. W. Slgsbees, cele-1 brate their 50th wedding anniversary. The Roy Ringsdorfs and 0. JX Holdings went to Charles City Sunday. Here they met Mrs. Rings- drof's sister and her husband, the Leon Laytons, West Union. Wendell An old Chinese Proverb says, "Nln< Jn i°» 8U i, f i fer fr ? t 5 P Jles " but the pain £? d .# chln i? of bliai > Protruding 01 Weedlns piles .usually are alleviate* within a few minutes by soothin healing: Dr. Nixon's Chlnaroid, f ort sl e< * l * r i«* * rare, imported chlnefl * ing rtfi eet and fastest actlnK treatment out. Tou can work and enjoy life Trigh bealins action."Don't"delay"~Tct"lM e to avoid a^wJgeroua anacoat la under our guarantee to aatlafi wpletely «ndV wortfi iO<Ttg»§ ~ *waH,»»t*?J**?Jso» e z Kenneth Thompson has been sick and unable to be about. ROTARIANS TO PICNICK AT AMBROSE CALL STATE PARK liUrltsch to lie Missed Here- Many people here will miss the amiliar face of Jos. Zittritsch, the Llgona bread man who has arrived very morning for many months, -le was instantly killed in an auto accident at Swea City last Thursday. The Rotary cluh will not meet next Monday noon, but instead wil have an evening picnic at the Am brose A. Call state park. Besides members, the Anns will be in at tendance. Mrs. Agnes Tibbets wil provide the "eats" except ice crean or other dessert which the club wil furnish. Hostesses will be Mes dames J. C. Mawdsley, Geo. W Godfrey, P.yD. Mathes, and J. W Kelly. In charge of a sports pro gram will be W. A. Foster, A. E Michel, and E. R. Morrison. TO FOOT SUFFERERS I have seciiretUhe services of a promin.nt foot spe( use a ialist, Avho Avill be at the Sanitarium Friday, urday, June 19 and 20. He does nr.i ' drugs, or metal arch support, but win mediate results for any foot troubles. ] < 0 not«... see him \vhile he is here, as your other i roubles be coming from your foot ailments. NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION ALGONA SANITARIUM Call 566 for an appointment. DR. F. c. NOW 1927 Chevrolet coach 1929 Chevrolet Coupe Nash Sedan — 1—1929 Whippet truck' 1929 Cbavrolet coach Overland truck I 1—1929 Chevrolet truck| 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—Model T Ford pick-up box 2 track stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet 1 fcunstrand Adding Machine, good shape, $30,00. SPECIALr—See the Iso-Vis test car at our gara Wednesday, June 24. ' KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 Esthervlllc Juniors nrc Deutcn— Elmer Zielske and Irvin Klinksiek played ball with the Swea City Junior League last Thursday. Swea ity defeated Estherville, 15-5. Hake Shi»>. Xext Saturday— At the Methodist Aid last Thursday a bake sale was planned for this week Saturday night. The sale will be held in Brack's store. Aid nt B. C. Will Entertain— The Methodist Aid is Invited to Buffalo Center this week Thursday. Those wishing to go are to meet at Mrs. Mayer's at 2 o'clock. Restaurant Has Changed Hands— Mrs. Harriett Matzener has bought the La Coeur restaurant, and took possession last week Wednesday. First Frlgldalre Installed Here— Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn have a new Frigidaire. They are the first here to have one. Surprise Honors Local Youth— There was a surprise party Friday night at Lloyd Jergeneon's in honor of his birthday. , ,„... . Other ledyftrd. Mrs. V. A. Barrett spent last Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. C. E. Clark, Britt, while Mr. Barrett and Mr. Moulton went on to Clear Lake and spent the day at fishing. Ed Countryman, wife, and daughter, of Crosby, Minn., have been visiting the Geo. D. Moultons. Mr. Countryman Is a brother of Mrs. Moulton. Mrs. Mayer and Marjorle accompanied the former's two sisters, Alice and Doris Dunham, to Minne- iRUPTURE i SHIELD EXPERT HERE H. M. SHEVNAN. widely known expert of Chicago will personally be at the ' Algona Hotel, Algona, Monday only, June 22, from 9 a. in. to 5 p. m. The Zoerlc Shield la a tremendous improvement over all former methods, effecting immediate results.! lit will not only hold the rupture, perfectly but contracts the opening •in a short time, in the greater percentage of cases, regardUs? of heavy Utting, straining or any position the body may assume. No under straps or cumbersome arrangements and absolutely no medicines or medical treatments. Mr. Shevnan will be glad to demon', .strate without charge or fit them ifl desired, Tnit demonstration for men' '.only, to, is T(n( u«i«t*nt to F. H. Scclrv jtUMHi* rupture expect ofCUcago. 'Add. 6605 N.TALMAN AVE. CHICAGO, I'/4-Ton 131-Inch Stike Truck—Price, Including body *710. Dual vtu«U *M ..U.. With 157-inch wh..lb«e. 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A wide variety of Chevrolet-built bodies it now available And delivered price* of Chevrolet trucks, complete and ready for work, ore bo»d on low chassis-cost and low body-cost, plui only reasonable charges for handling and financing. Chevrolet I % . ton cha»l< with 131 * wh»«lbas« (Dual whMls optional, *1S e*tre) IH-ton chassis with 157" wh«(4lwse, f S9O CeMmercfel chessH, $"» (Dual wh«*lt itandard) / All truck eh«iU pric.« f o. b. Flin», Mlchl 8 an. All truck body prle*l f. 9. b. Indlonopolii, iana. Special •qulpnwnt extra, lew delivered prlcu and caiy ««rm». See your dealer below KOHLHAAS BROS,, DUtributort Fisher Garage, Titonka Bo4eri<* Auto Co., Lone Bocl . Wesley Auto Co,, Wesley Service MotofCo., Burt

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